96.5% would refer friends and family to us

5 stars Customer since 2010

VERy good

5 stars Customer since 2018

Our dog Colt is a handful and then some. Dr. Diener, Jonathan and the rest of the techs have figured out a system to handle Colt. I am so grateful to everyone at Armadale.

5 stars Customer since 2006

Dr Diener spent a significant amount of time discussing Gracie’s status and explaining the solutions. Thank you Dr. Diener!!

5 stars Customer since 2017

Dr Lehman is always so caring and offers options for our dog Gracie! The staff is always so friendly!

5 stars Customer since 2014

Excellent service. Curb side service handled very well. Very informative and caring staff.

4 stars Customer since 2018

We have owned many dogs and lived in several different states so have seen many Vets. The vets at this location are great. Dr. Lehman(sorry if last name is misspelled) is awesome. She tells you exactly how it is and doesn’t try to push any products in order to upsale. We have seen another Vet at this location and she was good also but this Vet recommend more costly tests than I felt was unnecessary. The reason I am only giving this Pet Hospital 4 Stars is because their fees are a bit too high. Compared to other Vets, their fees seem to be 3 times higher than most in the area. I understand that most dedicated pet owners want what is best for their animals but I can’t understand why this hospital charges such a higher rate for basic things.

5 stars Customer since 2003

The staff & the doctor were very kind and thorough as they explained my puppy’s condition & the planned course of treatment. They made me feel as though they love my dog as much as I do!

5 stars Verified customer

Staff are so friendly and knowledgeable. They are also very helpful supportive.

5 stars Customer since 1994

My 3 dogs get the best care and the doctors all know them after all our years of going to Armadale

3 stars Verified customer

I feel the vet my dog saw must be very young. I couldn't believe that she recommended that my 13.5 year old dog be put under anesthesia to have her teeth cleaned. Maybe I'm wrong , but I think this is pretty high risk for something that is unnecessary.

Armadale Animal Hospital replied:

We appreciate your concerns regarding dental cleanings, which are performed while the animal is under general anesthesia. Dental disease in dogs and cats contributes to numerous health issues as animals age including kidney and liver disease, cardiac valvular disease, oral pain and bad breath.

The majority of patients undergoing dental cleanings are middle age and older patients, each of whom is screened extensively prior to the decision to perform the procedure. We start with a thorough physical exam, followed by a blood panel to evaluate organ health and rule out inflammation, anemia or other considerations that would affect the decision to pursue a dental cleaning. We take into consideration any previous anesthesia experiences in choosing the protocol for each patient. During our dental procedures, there are two nurses and one doctor focused on a single patient to monitor vitals and perform all the tasks involved in a safe and speedy cleaning with any additional required services. Every patient is supported with intravenous fluid therapy, kept warm with a warm air blanket, and evaluated with the latest in digital radiography. Our patients are monitored until they are fully awake and our protocols account for any health issues and age for each unique patient. At Armadale Animal Hospital our doctors and nursing staff work as a team to minimize risk, and to optimize the safety and success of our dental procedures.

All of veterinarians concur on these protocols when it comes to age and dental cleanings. Of course we always try to offer our best medical advice so that each pet owner can make their own informed decision. If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to reach out to any of our doctors or staff at Armadale.